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Description - Innovative Planning by Bud Wrenn

For leaders of small organizations-churches and businesses-who do not have a regular, ongoing planning process, this book will be your guide to becoming an innovative planner for your group's future. Innovative Planning presents a solid process for developing complete organizational planning-from vision, to mission, to strategies. It also includes the day-to-day operations-the level at which the vision ultimately comes to fruition. Experienced pastor and certified leadership coach and consultant Bud Wrenn draws on his organizational experiences to help leaders become "four-dimensional" planners. Not everyone in your group, church, or organization think in visionary terms. But as an organizational leader, it is crucial for you to communicate the visionary message. Foreword by Rick Warren. A TCP Leadership Series title.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780827216501
ISBN-10: 0827216505
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 140mm x 11mm)
Pages: 210
Imprint: Chalice Press
Publisher: Chalice Press
Publish Date: 1-Dec-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Bud Wrenn

Bud Wrenn is the founding director of the Innovative Church Community, which is committed to providing a practical forum for learning and networking for pastors of innovative North Carolina churches, in order to equip them and their churches to reach new levels of excellence. He is also the founding pastor of Integrity Community Church, an eleven-year-old Purpose-Driven church in Burlington, N.C., that has grown from a core of 10 to 750 people.